Rafael Nadal is now in wax. Appearing at the famed Madam Tussauds, a new Nadal life-size replica was unveiled Wednesday at Regents Park in London.
At a cost of over $235,000, a team of 20 stylists, sculptors, and artists worked together to complete the statue in four months.
Nadal joins Wimbledon great Boris Becker as the only other tennis player featured at the museum.
Nadal will be seeded second when the French Open draw is made tomorrow. Rafa has won 45 of 46 career matches at Roland Garros and six titles overall.
The Spaniard had his first French Open practice session earlier today:
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